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Poster: Tito&Smokey Date: Dec 8, 2007 12:56pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: New deadhead

What exatcly is a touch head?is it someone who likes the band post 87?Someone that likes the newer songs from post 87?Thats me man.Im guilty.I am a huge fan of "Touch of Grey" "Standing on the moon","Days between","Foolish heart","Throwing stones","So many Roads", etc....Your going to tell me im not a real "deadhead",get the fuck out of here you scumbag. I forgot about more shows that you and your crew have ever come close to seeing,and thats a reality.....im a huge fan of the actual Band.So if you think that one of their songs was better because it was the "first time played" as you put it,your fucking out of your mind.Take that stupid deadbase shit and shove it up your ass....i get a good laugh to at the dude that said the band and audience had "telepathy" going.What exactly does that mean?Are you trying to tell me that they could read each others minds?Like witchcraft or some shit?Do me a favor and think about that statement for a minute,and maybe you will realize how absurd you sound...again,the sound and chords and solos are WAY more basic pre-71,and i think the new guy would love Some MSG 89.

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Poster: BobP1339 Date: Dec 8, 2007 2:03pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: New deadhead

Not to get into an argument at all, but I was quoting Phil from "Search for the Sound" Those were his words, not mine. So if you have a problem with it, please take it up with Phil.

Also, I too like some of the later shows, I saw them in Philly in '87 at the spectrum and it was mind blowing...

However, my point was that to tell someone that pre 71 might turn them off is wrong.

One of the gems off of Archive, imho, is the Viola Lee Blues rehearsal from '66. To listen to them work on this song is a nice look at the behind the scenes working of this awesome band.

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Poster: high flow Date: Dec 8, 2007 2:15pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: New deadhead

Hey BobP - Just leave it at that. Tito has no ears, for music or people.

Oh yeah...and I agree. 71 is a GREAT starter year. Compact arrangements w/ripping sound and primal guitars. MMMMMMM.

This post was modified by high flow on 2007-12-08 22:15:54

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